WordPress Plugin Releases for 6/30

June 30th, 2008
WordPress Plugins

Semi-manual Breadcrumb Navigation

This plugin allows you to add breadcrumb navigation to your WordPress installation. Unlike other WordPress breadcrumb plugins, this one allows you to manually control the breadcrumb structure. At the same time it takes care of a few things automatically, hence the name.

WordPress Exploit Scanner

This plugin searches the files and database of your website for signs of suspicious activity. It will not stop someone hacking into your site, but it may help you find any uploaded or compromised files left by the hacker. When a website is compromised, hackers leave behind scripts and modified content that can be found by manually searching through all the files on a site. Some of the methods used to hide their code or spam links are obvious, like using CSS to hide text, and we can search for those strings.

Drop Caps

Adds mark-up to your posts and pages which allows you to create wicked drop cap.


Allows to include user menus via sidebar widgets or in themes.

Microkid’s Related Posts

This WordPress plugin lets you manually select related posts using a nifty AJAX powered search utility.

Related Posts WordPress Plugin

The ‘Related Posts’ wordpress plug-in can be used to link other relevant posts with our own anchor text.

Feed Subscriber Stats

The plugin uses FeedBurner’s Awareness API to get your feed subscriber stats directly from FeedBurner.

Inline Google Docs

This plugin allows the user to embed Google Document/Spreadsheet content in posts and pages using shortcode.

WordPress Announcement

Allows you to inform your visitors about any new updates to your site.




  1. TIAFO Team (2 comments.) says:

    We really do appreciate all of the hard work you put into finding and displaying these plugins. The Exploit Scanner is a very cool idea. Wish we thought of it. :)

  2. Hazean (1 comments.) says:

    Another great list, I hope to use the Inline Google Docs very soon!

  3. Neil (30 comments.) says:

    I like the related posts plugins, the first one i find the easiest to use although i wish there was a plugin that did an auto find of related posts for posts on blogs, just like the plugin that already exists on blogs.

  4. Daniel Condurachi (9 comments.) says:

    the Google docs plugin is something waited for a long long time. It’s great that it appeared. I tried to work with Google Docs API but could not manage to make it work. Bravo to the the one who did

  5. blacksnoopy (1 comments.) says:

    Yep, the exploit scanner is a good idea, but i’ve got an error: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 28699362 bytes) in wp-content/plugins/exploit-scanner/exploit-scanner.php on line 82

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